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Carnatic Music Vocal Concert by Saketharaman

Classical Arts Society of Houston

Carnatic Music Vocal Concert by Saketharaman

accompanied by H.K.Venkatram on the violin and Patri Satishkumar on the mridangam.

Vidwan Saketharaman has always lived his life celebrating music. Hailing from a rich musical heritage of Padmabhushan Lalgudi Jayaraman, Saketharaman had climbed up the ladder of his passion steadily and devotedly. His career in music has been decorated with many prestigious awards including Sangeet Natak Academy Award with performances in the prestigious halls all over the world including Madras Music Academy, Shanmuganandha sabha Mumbai, Thiruvaiyaru Thyagaraja Aradhana, Cleveland Thyagaraja festival, Learnquest conference Boston, Cannada, Theatre De Villa Paris, Sydney, Germany among many others.He is a unique musician with a perfect blend of intellectuality, innovation and tradition. He believes in a fluid approach to music, embracing the magic that unfolds with prolificacy and originality. Often called the “Prince of Pallavis“, his presentations brim with superlative virtuosity, brilliance and aesthetics. His proclivity to explore, clarity of musical expressions, precision of delivery and delectable laya make his performances soul stirring and reverberates in the hearts of his listeners.Read more

ROCO Unchambered 4: Scott St. John & Friends

From solo to string quartet, to spotlighting in colorful chamber works, experience the gorgeous tonal palette of the violin on April 1 at the MATCH! ROCO Concertmaster and Artistic Partner Scott St. John wraps up our Season 18 Unchambered series with a concert inspired by friendship, including an interactive Q&A.Read more


It’s a woman’s world, and the Houston Pride Band is excited to present a night of music by, for, and about women! Come celebrate the influence and impact of women on music as we feature female guest conductors, pieces composed by women, and selections inspired by the power and grace of the female spirit. Featuring local drag diva Jacklyn Dior as our special guest emcee, you won’t want to miss this diva-licious concert!Read more

Songs America Loves To Sing


Songs America Loves To Sing

Americana in Works by Bonds, Copland, Harbison, Previn, & More

APERIO's 2022-2023 concert season continues with Songs America Loves to Sing - a program exploring musical Americana in works by Bonds, Copland, Harbison, Previn, Rorem, and Rzewski. Showcasing a kaleidoscope of musical styles, this evening of vocal and instrumental works is inspired by familiar spirituals, folk music, and popular tunes reinterpreted and informed with a modern perspective.Read more


An Art-infused Open Mic featuring Non Conformity & Community!

7:30 PM - 8:00 PM... THE MIXER 

Experience the sound of DJ LoQi spinning the hottest Neo Soul, R&B music that will stimulate your mind, body, and soul as you arrive for your heART&SOUL experience.



James Just born in New Orleans, La is an Artist. Period.

Since he was able to pick up a pencil he’s been drawing or writing short stories to accompany the pictures.

He started writing Poetry at the age of sixteen as a past time and after a family friend heard him recite one, he invited him to True Brew Cafe’ where he performed his first open mic.

He became enraptured in the experience and was soon a frequent on the New Orleans Poetry scene even getting a chance to perform at the Jazz Festival.

Creating has been his life’s work, his spiritual practice. In 2019 he launched Casa de Vintage Soul ‘The house that dreams built’ A lifestyle brand which currently offers luxury skincare, shirts, hats and novelty items.

‘I believe I was born to create. So, naturally, I am most at peace in that process. I believe that by recognizing, owning and mastering my own power… others will be inspired to do the same.’ -J. Just

SPOKEN WORD + MOVEMENT + SONG + VISUAL ART = Where the ARTS merge!Read more

Krishnaya Tubhyam Namaha

Indian Performing Arts Samskriti

Krishnaya Tubhyam Namaha

A thematic presentation of stories about the many facets of the much loved Krishna, presented by the brilliant Mahati Kannan, disciple and grand-niece of the iconic Dr. Padma Subrahmanyam.

Krishnaya Tubhyam Namaha is well known as the first solo thematic dance presentation which made history when it was premiered in 1975 by the legendary Dr. Padma Subrahmanyam. Even today, almost a half century later, like the hero of the subject, this program is still popular. It portrays Krishna in his varied dimensions - as the divine baby, the mischievous young boy, the performer of miracles, the heroic husband, beloved friend, protector of his devotees, and the Supreme Preacher. Mahati Kannan, a direct disciple and grand-niece of Dr. Padma Subrahmanyam, has inherited her legacy and has done full justice to her lineage and her training by becoming one of the most talked about and praised young dancers today. Mahati with be accompanied by musicians from India - Dr. Gayatri Kannan (Nattuvangam & Vocal), Kannan Balakrishnan (Veena), Nagai Sriram (Mridangam), and M. S. Ananthasree (Violin & Vocal).Read more

Alfonsina y el Mar - Poetry & Music

The Flamenco Poets Society

Alfonsina y el Mar - Poetry & Music

Café Cantante Series: Alfonsina Storni - Poetry & Music

The Flamenco Poets Society presents Alfonsina Storni with poetry and musical compositions in honor of the great Argentinian poet. Sharing the spotlight will be guest artists, Danielle Reich, jazz singer accompanied by Thomas Helton, bass; Stephan Badreau, guitar and Lorena Fernandez reader.  Join us for an evening of inspirational music & poetry to awaken the senses.Read more

Brahms 2 for 13

The Sounds of One

Brahms 2 for 13

A fantastic new way to experience the symphonic canon!

The Sounds of One Chamber Orchestra will presents: Brahms 2 for 13. The audience will get to witness Brahms beloved Second Symphony like never before. One player for each of the parts with create a unique texture and allow the listener an intimate look at how each thread of this pastoral masterpieces comes together into a beautiful tapestry. Along with a brand new commission from composer Alan Schmitz, and a Dvorak Slavonic Dance, it is sure to be an exciting night in the heart of Houston.Read more